Collaboration, communication, transparency, and authenticity are the keys to successful corporate leadership and personal well-being – these are also the keys to survival for horses and their herds. As humans, we strive for balance, peace, and connectedness – sometimes we succeed, sometimes we fail. Horses rarely fail at finding these and will run, at all costs, to find security, peace, and fulfillment. They are authentic to themselves. They are brave and confident when necessary. They wander and graze for their physical and mental health. They are curious and funny and can entertain themselves and each other. They are smart and can solve problems individually or as a group. They can be strong and bold and they can be quiet and delicate. Through 30 years of horsemanship, Alexandra Moran found abounding overlap in her personal and corporate life with that in the lives of horses and their herds. A Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship and an award-winning manager, financial advisor and consultant for wealth management firms as well as intercollegiate coach and farm operator, she uses horses to teach people to be better versions of themselves. Workhorse -The Horsemanship of Business explores the personalities and skills necessary to survive in herds both in the wild and the corporate landscape. Using her own horse herd and business experiences, Alexandra Moran explores the traits needed to help each other and to help ourselves.